Traditional surface cleaning and disinfecting methods are effective only for a limited period of time. Thereafter, the surfaces becomes vulnerable to cross-contamination and infection from bacteria, germs and viruses again. Ossume Disinfectant Service uses an innovative and locally-designed antimicrobial solution called Ossume Surface Defender.
Once applied onto the surface, it forms a layer of semi-permanent bonded coating, with self-disinfecting molecular carbon chain that functions like a sword.
The positively-charged molecular chain attracts the germs and bacteria to the tip of the molecular chain to rupture their membranes, thus disabling their ability to infect.
Ossume uses electrostatic spray sanitisation to distribute the solution onto surfaces. It is a more effective form of distribution compared to traditional methods.
It involves spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces. The electrostatic spray combines the sanitisation solution with air, which is then atomised by an electrode inside the sprayer. The spray exits the nozzle and contains positively-charged droplets that are able to adhere easily onto and coat all negatively-charged surfaces within a certain range. The added advantage is that it can evenly coat and envelope, hard to reach surfaces (including the visible, under-sides and reverse sides of objects).